Laughlin Casino Directory

Your complete guide to Laughlin, Nevada

Traveling to Laughlin, Nevada

Laughlin, Nevada is easily accessible from Las Vegas, Phoenix and California.

Las Vegas to Nevada

I- 515, US 93/95 south through Las Vegas towards Boulder City. After passing through Henderson and the Railroad Pass, take the ramp and turn right onto US 95 south toward Searchlight/Laughlin for 55 miles. Turn left onto NV 163. Head east for 19 miles. Turn right on Casino Drive.
Approximately 100 miles from Las Vegas, 1 and 1/2 hours.

Traveling to Laughlin, Nevada

(Map from Visit Laughlin.)


Southern California to Laughlin, Nevada

I-15 north to Barstow; I-40 east to Needles, CA. Exit on River Road cutoff, turn north for 22 miles on Needles Highway to Casino Drive, turn right.
Approximately 283 miles from Los Angeles; 5 hours.
Approximately 335 miles from San Diego; 6 hours.

Phoenix, Arizona to Laughlin, Nevada

US 93 north to I-40 west through Kingman. Take the Bullhead City/Las Vegas exit and turn right at the signal at the end of the exit ramp. Continue west taking the Highway 68 ramp toward Bullhead City / Laughlin. Highway 68 merges into Arizona Highway 95. Turn right at the Laughlin Bridge.
Approximately 225 miles from Phoenix; 4 hours.

Oftentimes, people that fly to Las Vegas do not venture out to Laughlin, Nevada, even though it is a very short drive.

It’s actually a nice side excursion to take if you can made the time for it.

Of course, with all the glitter and glitz of Las Vegas, it can be hard to pull away, however if you can, you can make a day or two trip out of it and see a different side of Nevada.

If you did not drive to Las Vegas, you can rent a car for your Laughlin excursion.

Perhaps you do not want to drive at all? No problem. There are also bus excursions and, once in Laughlin, you can travel from casino to casino by using the water taxis.